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CTB/McGraw-Hill Trainer WELPA 2013 Score Reports Overview WELPA 2013 Score Reports Overview
Copyright © 2013 by the State of Washington Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI). Portions copyright © by CTB/McGraw-Hill LLC. In this webinar, we will learn how to read and interpret the WELPA 2013 score reports. The information may help you communicate report scores with parents and families use assessment data to plan instructional next steps for the class 2
Copyright © 2013 by the State of Washington Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI). Portions copyright © by CTB/McGraw-Hill LLC. Student Proficiency Report Student-level information (proficiency levels and scale scores) for communicating with parents/families Group List Report List of all students in a group (class) with student-level test results (proficiency levels and scale scores) Summary of group (class) performance (average scores) Overall, Comprehension, Productive, Oral and Literacy scores are also provided Intended for teacher/administrator use 3
Copyright © 2013 by the State of Washington Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI). Portions copyright © by CTB/McGraw-Hill LLC. 4 Overall, this student achieved the Intermediate proficiency level (Level 2); therefore, the student continues to receive TBIP services. The student has an overall score of 455, and the score range is is only 3 points higher than the lower bound, 452, which shows that the student is at the lower end of Level 2 (Intermediate). The student showed strength in Reading (at Level 2 and is close to Level 3), but is not at Level 4 (Transitional) yet. The student needs considerable support in Speaking, Listening, Reading and Writing (all at Levels 1 and 2).
Copyright © 2013 by the State of Washington Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI). Portions copyright © by CTB/McGraw-Hill LLC. 5 Performance definitions at the back of the Student Proficiency Report help you understand the meaning of each proficiency level. One set of the PLD Translations document is provided for nine languages and is included in the School package. More details about the test and proficiency levels can be found in the Interpretation Guide.
Copyright © 2013 by the State of Washington Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI). Portions copyright © by CTB/McGraw-Hill LLC. 6 This group (class) has 25 students in total. The class mean scale score, or MSS, is within the Level 3 (Advanced) range for Listening and Reading, and is within the Level 1 (Beginning) range for Writing. Improvement in these three language domains should be considered in future instructional planning.
Copyright © 2013 by the State of Washington Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI). Portions copyright © by CTB/McGraw-Hill LLC. 7 Within a group (class), students may show different performance patterns across domains. Using domain-level proficiency information may help the teacher not only target instruction based on the relative strengths and weaknesses of each student but also divide students into smaller groups for differentiated instruction or class activities.
Copyright © 2013 by the State of Washington Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI). Portions copyright © by CTB/McGraw-Hill LLC. INV: Test Invalidation There were testing irregularities that made the scores invalid for use. REF: Refused to Test The student refused to take the test for personal reasons. ABS: Absent The student was absent during the test administration. IC: Incomplete The student was unable to complete one or more domains of the test for reasons that are not related to language ability. AND/OR The students test booklet was marked INV, REF, or ABS for one or more domains of the test. 8
Copyright © 2013 by the State of Washington Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI). Portions copyright © by CTB/McGraw-Hill LLC. CTB/McGraw-Hill Customer Support Center Title III Parent Notification of Student Placement in English Language Development Program: aspx aspx 9
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